Rhapsody Posted September 7, 2015 Report Share Posted September 7, 2015 I think about living in my C Class Chevy Shasta for a couple of weeks, maybe months. Rain season in the Northwest is about to begin, and I was wondering if I could cover my rv with a fitting cover and still live in it. I will not use gas for the heater (neither for water nor for heating the interior) but only an electrical fan heater (rv will be plugged in and have power). No exhaust, no hot parts that shouldn't be covered. Also, it has a zipper door, so I am able to get in and out without any problems. Has anyone tried that? I am mostly worried about air humidity getting too high and mildew building up. Also, what can I do about puddles building up on top of the rv cover? Thanks for any advice! (Yes, I read a similar post somewhere deep in the threads, but the biggest concern was about exhaust from water heater and heating system. That's no factor here.) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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